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  • German Travel Destinations: Castle Ruin Altenstein in Upper Franconia

    by Andiz275 | 27th of June, 2014

    Greetings, I'd like to use this blog, to show you some nice travel destinations from my homeland in the next month. In German Bavaria you can find a lot of medieval stuff: There are many picturesque old castle ruins in Germany and especially in Upper Franconia. As an... More
  • Action Photography - IS or not to IS?

    by Robinstockphotos | 26th of June, 2014

    Action photography can include photographing and freezing the motion of anything that moves – and moves fast. There are plenty of situations that can come under the category of high speed action photography like sports and bird-in-flight situations, even rock concerts... More
  • MILESTONE: 1000+ Images online

    by Matthiase | 24th of June, 2014

    Finally 1000 images online:). See Article
  • Welcome to my Pinterest Board

    by Subhra2jyoti | 23rd of June, 2014

    Dear friends, I have created a board in Pinterest to promote my stock images. Please do visit the same at the following link:- My Board on Pinterest Your feedback and tips will be quite helpful to me. Please do visit. Warm regards, Subhrajyoti India... More
  • Expect the unexpected

    by Glennmart | 22nd of June, 2014

    After doing a lot of research I decided that stock photography was going to be a way of keeping my photography interests afire and give me a reason to constantly be thinking about the world and how it can be captured. So after some advice from an accomplished stock photographer... More
  • Yonghegong Lama Temple and Emperor Yongzheng

    by Zhaoqianjun | 22nd of June, 2014

    For most travelers in Beijing, visiting Yonghegong Lama Temple is a must. From the name of it, surely you know it is a Tibetan Buddhist Temple. But, do you know that it was also the former residence of Emperor Yongzheng in Qing dynasty?Today I am going to help you... More
  • Point & Shoot...

    by Guernica | 22nd of June, 2014

    Point and shoot digital cameras can be wonderfully easy to use. They are relatively inexpensive, depending on the features you require. And they are usually small, making them easily portable. Most models have auto-focus and built in light meters that automatically set... More
  • True love in the palace

    by Zhaoqianjun | 22nd of June, 2014

    As an old Chinese tradition, an emperor was bound to marry many women,wives and concubines. In general it was rare to find loyal love in the royal family. However this was not true in the case of Hong Taji, the second emperor in Qing dynasty. Hong Taji was a Manchu... More
  • Realistic 3d rendering with new rendering software

    by Zenox2d | 21st of June, 2014

    Since I started to learn 3d graphics 12 years ago,my aim was always to represent my ideas on more realistic way.I sell my 3d models on 3d stock markets,so I needed something fast and very realistic,to see how my final 3d model will look like. My aim was to work on freelance... More
  • Four Important Things to Capture at a Wedding

    by Millieprainer | 21st of June, 2014

    Weddings are an important occasion. If you have been chosen to photograph a wedding, you have a huge responsibility on your shoulders. You have to be alert and quick to capture all emotions and special moments. You also have to make sure that all images you click are... More
  • Painting kids

    by Thorken | 21st of June, 2014

    Kids like to make new things. If they have occasion to do something new, they do it. For example painting their faces. See Article
  • Iceland, the land of waterfalls and old Norse Gods

    by Nikitu | 19th of June, 2014

    Iceland is that remote island we always imagine sitting in a precarious equilibrium between the North Atlantic and the Arctic Ocean, where volcanoes erupt with the vengeance of the old Gods of Valhalla. But Iceland is also a country of wonders, where the Aurora Borealis... More
  • Four new collections

    by Danielc1998 | 19th of June, 2014

    Organizing my images, I have created four new collections. Have a look. Middle East (click here for the collection) North Africa (click here for the collection) Portugal (click here for the collection) Ireland (click here for the collection)... More
  • Fan-shaped pavilion in Prince Chun's garden

    by Zhaoqianjun | 18th of June, 2014

    This Fan-shaped pavilion is located in Prince Chun's garden, Beijing, China. Prince Chun, Yixuan was Emperor Guangxu's father. He was the seventh son of Emperor Daoguang in Qing dynasty. The characters here are pronounced as Sha Ting meaning fan-shaped pavilion.... More
  • Need some help with lens contacts

    by Szebas | 18th of June, 2014

    Hello, now I'm struggling with a new problem, I've bought some cheap macro tubes with contacts (plastic ones) which worked great, but seems my cheap tele-macro lens has some issues with them recently. I've tried to clean the contacts with an eraser then with ethyl alcohol... More
  • Colors all around

    by Tasmallows | 18th of June, 2014

    This is one of my favourite photo which i clicked. The things which attract me most is the colors. A colorful wall hanging for a colorful life . :) See Article
  • Pictures are the unspoken stories.

    by Tasmallows | 17th of June, 2014

    Every pictures says some unspoken story. While clicking a picture some story goes in photographer's mind which makes him click that particular thing. Every single picture clicked by a photographer is a combination of some spices of emotions like dreams, hope, passion,... More
  • New model approved on the site

    by Szebas | 17th of June, 2014

    And this is probably a new milestone for me, not about earnings and all that stuff but I finally managed to move on to people. Being shy and extremely introverted didn't help me much so I was lucky the model had some experience before and was more than happy to help me out... More
  • The travel 'Nuggets'

    by Pepitevoyage | 17th of June, 2014

    Sophie Dauwe & Jean-Jacques Serol / Pepite Photography French Photographer, Jean-Jacques Serol has worked in Brussels for over 30 years, first managing pro photo labs, then running his own consulting services. His experience honed him for all possible challenges and... More
  • Highlight Tone Priority explained

    by Robinstockphotos | 17th of June, 2014

    Applies to: Canon EOS digital Rebel DSLR cameras, general concept applies to entire line of Canon DSLRs There is a lot of confusion regarding the highlight tone priority and how it works. The internet is full of misleading and completely weird information on the subject... More

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